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17 11:00 a.m.
Rail Trail, Station Avenue,
Do you like to walk? Would you enjoy some great
company and conversation?
Meet up every Wednesday for a stroll on the rail trail.
It doesn’t matter how fast or slow you go!
No sign-up required.
Just show up with sneakers in hand.
No walks scheduled during inclement weather.
Questions? Call Diane Hewitt at 978-448-6228
Start at Bill Knuff's house
Enjoy a slow-paced, scenic ten-mile bicycle ride on the Nashua River Rail Trail.
An Accidental environmentalist discusses being Black in nature and the history of Black environmentalism through engaging storytelling.
This is a Zoom presentation by the Groton Public Library and the Groton Conservation Trust.
Since their first manufacture in the United States in the late 19th century, cars have influenced and transformed the American landscape, economy, and social and political systems. They are both practical machines and iconic symbols of movement, freedom, adventure, and much more. In the collection of Terry and Eva Herndon, American artists of the 20th and 21st centuries highlight how the car has impacted our lived experience, collective and personal histories, and ideas about American identity. This exhibition is a joyride through these collectors’ unique perspective on a century of art and the automobile.